Christopher Tuckwood discusses how drones might be used to empower people in communities at risk of mass atrocities to protect themselves.
Christopher Tuckwood is the executive director and co-founder of the Sentinel Project, a Toronto-based NGO dedicated to actively assisting communities threatened by mass atrocities. They accomplish this through the use of technology and cooperation with threatened communities. Christopher has a master’s degree in disaster and emergency management from York University and is an occasional speaker and writer on technology and human rights. He is also the lead instructor for the Sentinel Project’s training course, Introduction to Technology for Human Rights. His research and professional interests include early warning, prediction markets, intelligence analysis, technology development, and non-violent resistance to atrocities.